I Have Lupus Nephritis What are the Chances of Getting Pregnant2014-12-21 14:30
I have lupus for five years now what are my chances of getting pregnant ? Actually, patient with kidney disease is not recommended to get pregnant, because that may make further damage to the kidneys and make the disease worse, so do the same for patient with Lupus Nephritis. But that not means they can not get pregnant, as long as they can take some measures to protect the kidneys, they also can be a happy mother.
Why doctors do not recommend people with kidney disease to get pregnant ?
That is because pregnancy can reduce plasma albumin, leading to the occurrence of severe edema and high blood pressure. All these situations are likely to cause heart failure. What is more, females with Nephrotic Syndrome are not suitable to get pregnant of they have some unstable disease conditions, that is because pregnancy is likely to not only aggravate the condition also bring harmful effects to both mother and baby.
But as we mentioned the patient with Lupus Nephritis also can get pregnant as long as they can meet the following tips:
Their condition has been stable for more than two years.
They don’t have hematuria and their proteinuria is controlled below 0.5g/24h.
Their kidney function is normal
They don’t have high blood pressure or urinary tract infections.
In one word, if the patients with Lupus Nephritis want to get pregnant and give birth to a healthy baby, they should treat the disease first.
Micro-Chinese Medicine Osmotherapy as one of the innovation and improvement of Traditional Chinese Herb Medicine, it can treat kidney disease effectively and safety. Cooperate with western medicine and high technology, it can prevent the progression of this disease, even reverse it.
As a patient with Lupus Nephritis if you want to increase the chances of getting pregnant, you should treat your disease first. Need any help in treating it, do not hesitant to contact our online doctor or send email to us, we will try our best to help you. Our email: email@example.com
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